Well said, sir!
Now with the proliferation of mobile screens and projectors this seems to be finally the case. I'm not saying we're quite there yet, but it looks like we're heading to a world where paper will be used less and less. I mean, look at any printed publication and how they're moving to digital ones. Newspapers, magazines.... they all now come for your kindle.
He could have a folded one in his wallet or whatever. If he loses his notebook, it's just a random set of letters.
"The project is not intended to produce mushrooms targeted for human consumption, since the main objective is to get rid of diapers to avoid damaging the environment more"
The University of Bradford has filed patents for the technology and a spin-out company, Oncascan, has been established to commercialise the research.
And they already have a website running.
I'd say under 5 years before we start seeing this applied in the wild.
If you look directly at the sun, you're not going to be able to see anything in the sky around it
If you look directly at the sun, you're not going to be able to see much of anything for quite a while
Well, if it runs in the family, I'd say maybe yea... a few thousand kelvin hot
Needless to say, I though it was too hard to solve the problem on a smartphone so I postponed the project. I don't think Kinect can do a much better job at picking up the small details of facial expressions, but let's wait an see.